Foo Fighters Joined By Tom Morello And Perry Farrell At Pre-Super Bowl Show
Foo Fighters were joined onstage by Prophets Of Rage guitarist Tom Morello and country star Zac Brown at the band's pre-Super Bowl concert on Saturday night (February 2nd) in Atlanta for a cover of Black Sabbath's "War Pigs." The Foo, Morello and Brown were then joined by Perry Farrell for a rendition of Jane's Addiction's "Mountain Song."
Other guests included Queen's Roger Taylor, who played drums during a rendition of his band's "Under Pressure," and saxophonist Dave Koz. Foos frontman Dave Grohl told the crowd at the show, "I don't know when y'all are gonna see us again, but you will, because we're too f**kin’ old to break up. It's like your grandparents getting divorced. It's not gonna f**kin' happen."
Grohl and the Foos reportedly had pizza delivered to fans who were waiting on line for 24 hours before the doors opened for the Saturday night show,
Grohl previously joined Brown and his Zac Brown Band mid-set during their show at the Tabernacle in Atlanta on Thursday (January 31st) for a version of Metallica's "Enter Sandman."
Foo Fighters will play four more U.S. shows before embarking on a summer European tour. The Foos continue to tour in support of their 2017 album, Concrete And Gold.